Blog generator from .md post files, highly inspired from blog.nodejs.org
This blog generator is highly inspired by blog.nodejs.org (meaning, I've extracted the code which make it works from https://github.com/joyent/node to make it work as a stand alone module =) )
Big props to @dshaw for giving me this idea and @isaacs for explaining me how the magic was done =)
npm install blog-maker
To generate a simple blog, you will need:
You can find examples of this in the 'data' folder of this repo
To use it, just require the module
var blogMaker = require'blog-maker';
And then call the function returned with the following args:
blogMaker'data/posts' 'public' 'data/blog.html' 'data/rss.xml'
You can find and example using
node-static to server the blog posts in the 'example' folder, to try it, just run
data/posts - Folder containing all the posts
data/blog.html - blog page template (for each post)
data/rss.xml - rss feed template
Write your post (use html you want)
You name it :)
Then you just have to run blog-maker
Note: folder hierarchy in data/posts is meaningless, you can use it for your own organization, for example, one folder for each author or for each category
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